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source code of Triple DES  COM object for ASP call.....

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Or make your own OCX with source from www.planet-source-code.com...

I think I have seen an encryption pack (of classes) that had 3DES.

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thx for yout pointer......

remark:ne0 - CJ_S has give me the complete dll for me to d/l, so i give point to him this time......but anyway, thx very much
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Glad to be of service!

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CJ
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